Last week's Horsham Junior Under-15s Country Week belonged to Hamilton District Cricket Association.
Hamilton went through the week undefeated, starting with a comprehensive win against Portland on Monday before taking the scalps of South West, Warrnambool Gold and Warrnambool Blue on its way to a grand final berth on Friday.
The green-and-golds completed a stellar week by beating South West for the second time in the closely-contested decider at Horsham City Oval.
Posting an impressive 177 after winning the toss and batting first, Hamilton's Angus Dundon, 65, and Thomas Millard, 40, starred under pressure.
Jake Fowler, 3-16, and Callum Mcilveen, 3-47, both worked tirelessly hard for South West to keep the score under 200.
Hamilton's Aaron Jenkins, 6-25, dominated with the ball to help his side dismiss South West for 143.
Jonothan Benallack, 44, grounded out a solid innings but when he fell late in the day, all hope was lost.
Coach Andrew Povey said the grand final win capped off a stellar week for his charges.
"We didn't have a goal to win the grand final but making it gave us a real chance," he said.
"I am very proud of the boys. There were no passengers it was a team effort and they all pulled their weight."
Povey labelled Jenkins' bowling and Angus Boyd's captaincy as highlights of the week.
South West coach Jason Fowler was gracious in defeat and said he was 'absolutely rapt' with his playing group.
"At the start of the week if you said we would have made it to the grand final we would have jumped at the chance," he said.
"We bridged the gap because we were only 36 runs behind Hamilton today, as opposed to the previous game against them.
"For our boys to come out in the second 20-overs and take nine wickets was terrific."